The Butchers Club Burger Celebrates Rugby Sevens with a Triple Happiness Challenge That is Worth a Try.
To celebrate the return of the Hong Kong Rugby Sevens, The Butchers Club Burger will be launching the ‘Triple Happiness: Can You Kick It?’ food challenge. The ‘Triple Happiness: Can You Kick It?’ challenge is a chance for guests to test their face-stuffing skills as they try their best to wolf down a Triple Happiness meal set (HK$240), consisting of a limited edition Triple Happiness Burger, duck fat fries and an ice-cold beer.
Keeping with the stadium’s spirit of excess, the Triple Happiness Burger, also available a la carte for HK$200, is a tournament-appropriate take on the restaurant’s existing Double Happiness Burger (HK$180), with an extra Australian Angus beef patty and layer of cheese added to the stack.
Guests brave enough to take on the Triple Happiness challenge will have only seven minutes to finish all three items in the set. If they are successful, The Butchers Club Burger will pick up the tab. The challenge will run 1-10 April at all The Butchers Club Burger outlets.
The Butchers Club Burger is a Hong Kong institution when it comes to quality burgers, with recognition by the Michelin Guide in 2017 for the second year in a row. The team are experts in their knowledge of meat, the centrepiece of every dish served, ensuring that the burgers guests tuck into are always of the highest quality. To celebrate the favoured-fixture that is the Hong Kong Rugby Sevens, The Butchers Club Burger recommends giving the ‘Triple Happiness: Can You Kick It?’ challenge a try.
The Butchers Club's Southside Market Long Lunch is back! Tickets for the Brothers Grimm-style, fairytale Halloween boo-nanza are now on sale.
Watch this space for more details on the menu, entertainment, the pumpkin carving competition and prizes for the best costumes! All guests, including children age 4-17 (3 and under are free) must purchase the all-you-can-eat food package for $250 and adults can add-on a free-flow wine/beer drinks package ($200 online and $250 at the door). Ticket Here
History of The Steak Diane
In the 19th century, sauces made “a la Diane” were dedicated to Diana the Rome goddess and was originally served as an accompaniment to venison. Sauce a la Diane was composed of cream, truffles, and ample amounts of black pepper. The first written mention of Sauce Diane comes from the culinary icon Auguste Escoffier in 1907. In this Artcile we teach you how to re-create the original recipe at home.